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2009-07-05

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Exit polls give Bulgarian election to opposition

Bulgaria’s opposition conservatives look set to throw the ruling socialists out of power according to exit polls at the general election. The former

Bulgaria’s opposition conservatives look set to throw the ruling socialists out of power according to exit polls at the general election. The former

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British spy chief tagged on Facebook.

Personal details of the new head of Britain’s foreign intelligence service, MI6, have had to be removed from social networking site, Facebook

Personal details of the new head of Britain’s foreign intelligence service, MI6, have had to be removed from social networking site, Facebook

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US/Russia new START hopes hit snag

Moscow is preparing to welcome the US President to Russia on his first visit, but the two sides still are still struggling to reach agreement on how

Moscow is preparing to welcome the US President to Russia on his first visit, but the two sides still are still struggling to reach agreement on how

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ETA suspects among "most active" - Spanish gov't

Three suspected members of the Basque separatist group ETA detained on Saturday are likely to have been in one of the terrorist organisation’s most

Three suspected members of the Basque separatist group ETA detained on Saturday are likely to have been in one of the terrorist organisation’s most

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Exit polls: GERB wins Bulgarian election

The first exit polls following the elections in Bulgaria say the conservative GERB party is on course for victory, but not with an absolute majority

The first exit polls following the elections in Bulgaria say the conservative GERB party is on course for victory, but not with an absolute majority

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G8 in 'shock' L'Aquila meeting

The world’s eight richest nations meet in Italy this week, at an earthquake-hit venue whose experience could be seen as a metaphor for the financial

The world’s eight richest nations meet in Italy this week, at an earthquake-hit venue whose experience could be seen as a metaphor for the financial

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Honduras on alert for Zelaya return

Security forces in Honduras are on full alert ahead of the anticipated return of ousted President Manuel Zelaya. He has threatened to fly back today

Security forces in Honduras are on full alert ahead of the anticipated return of ousted President Manuel Zelaya. He has threatened to fly back today

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Comoros crash: black-box signals detected

Rescuers searching for the Yemenia Airbus, that crashed in the Indian Ocean, have said they have detected signals from the jet’s black-box flight

Rescuers searching for the Yemenia Airbus, that crashed in the Indian Ocean, have said they have detected signals from the jet’s black-box flight

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Five dead in Philippines blast

Five people, including a three-year old boy, were killed when a bomb exploded outside a church in the southern Philippines. The bomb went off as an

Five people, including a three-year old boy, were killed when a bomb exploded outside a church in the southern Philippines. The bomb went off as an

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China floods threaten thousands

Torrential storms in southern China has forced more than 300,000 people to leave their homes, left roads impassable and damaged a reservoir dam

Torrential storms in southern China has forced more than 300,000 people to leave their homes, left roads impassable and damaged a reservoir dam

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Russia wants US compromises on missile shield

The Russian leader has said there must be concessions from America on its planned missile defence shield in eastern Europe, if the two superpowers

The Russian leader has said there must be concessions from America on its planned missile defence shield in eastern Europe, if the two superpowers

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EU trust on the line as Bulgaria votes

The fight against endemic corruption and a growing financial crisis top the list as Bulgaria faces elections today. Growing voter anger over the

The fight against endemic corruption and a growing financial crisis top the list as Bulgaria faces elections today. Growing voter anger over the

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Regional group suspends Honduras

Tension is rising in Honduras ahead of the expected return of its ousted leader. Supporters of President Manuel Zelaya have converged on the airport

Tension is rising in Honduras ahead of the expected return of its ousted leader. Supporters of President Manuel Zelaya have converged on the airport

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Honduras braces for ousted leader's return

There are fears of a violent showdown in Honduras with ousted president Manuel Zelaya saying he will return today to try to retake office

There are fears of a violent showdown in Honduras with ousted president Manuel Zelaya saying he will return today to try to retake office

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Clashes at demonstration over US base in Italy

There have been ugly scenes in Italy as demonstrators denouncing the planned expansion of a US military base clashed with riot police. Violence

There have been ugly scenes in Italy as demonstrators denouncing the planned expansion of a US military base clashed with riot police. Violence

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EU trust at stake as Bulgaria votes

It has been described as the black sheep of the European Union. Bulgaria goes to the polls today to elect a new parliament that will have to

It has been described as the black sheep of the European Union. Bulgaria goes to the polls today to elect a new parliament that will have to

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Three ETA suspects detained in France

Three suspected members of the Basque separatist group ETA have been arrested in southern France. The trio were reportedly armed and driving a

Three suspected members of the Basque separatist group ETA have been arrested in southern France. The trio were reportedly armed and driving a